Search engine optimization is most often associated with Google rankings for a business website. But SEO can also be used to expand your personal brand.
Brian Loebig will teach us about key resources and marketing strategies that will propel your personal and professional brand. We’ll look at how personal websites, blogs, social media, local listings and niche directories can affect your personal and organizational footprint online.
Light fare and drinks provided.
6:30pm - 7:00pm Meet & Greet
7:00pm - 8:00pm Presentation
8:00pm - 8:30pm Q&A
1615 L Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036
How to Register
This is a small event and will fill up fast, so make sure to register in advance! Space is limited to 30 participants. If you register but can’t attend, please let us know in advance so that we can include those who are on the wait list.
About Brian Loebig
Brian Loebig has more than 15 years of experience in web technology, internet advertising and social media strategies with a special emphasis on search engine marketing. Loebig has trained numerous leading marketing firms on social media and SEO strategies, and he has worked with small businesses and non-profit corporations across the U.S.
Loebig runs the award-winning technology blog The Ink Blog and has presented keynote speeches and workshops for the Project Management Institute, United States Senate Productivity and Quality Award of Virginia, The Virginia Forum for Excellence, and American Health Care Association, among others.
Loebig developed and helped implement Internet marketing and/or social media strategies for the National Alliance for Performance Excellence, Volvo of Central Virginia, The American Red Cross of Central Virginia, Fixation Marketing, Asian Marketing Services, Business Networking International of Central Maryland, Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, and many more.
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